Dec 302014
 

Instead of a good, demented story, I guess I’ll break into some real life sentiment here. I try not to do that too often, but I’m opening up when it comes to some of my writing. So I guess I’ll kick around some rocks.

2014 is slipping into 2015. It will be June before I get the year right when having to sign and date any document. I never make resolutions for the new year. I figure if I didn’t anything special in August, why slap down a pledge to on January 1? It’s just another date. *shrugs*

I can’t look into the next year and predict what it will bring. I can look back at 2014 and see what I’ve accomplished and what it took to get there. ¬†There are people who have different levels of influence over me as a developing blogger. I’ve learned how to take a picture, read a story without any expectations, see an image through someone else’s eyes, use a damn computer, and become a better writer. To so many people, I’m thankful.

2015. I need more of this, less of that. I have hopes. I have plans. I want to keep the machine running, maybe replace the window dressing and paint. Keep it fresh. Keep it rolling.

 

  4 Responses to “Keep It Fresh”

  1. Keeping it fresh and rolling strikes me as excellent sentiment :)

    xx Dee

  2. I look forward to read a lot more of you in 2015 :)

    Rebel xox

  3. Glad you’ve grown as a blogger, I will see you next year.

  4. Best wishes for everything you desire for 2015. I’m looking forward to more of your Sinful posts!
    Xxx – K

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